#VisualStudio Weekly 20151005 – The Best New Visual Studio Content of the Past Week

Welcome to #VisualStudio Weekly!


Here is a roundup of Visual Studio content from this past week ordered by their social sharing volume.  I manually gather the most shared Visual Studio content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Getting started with Visual Studio Code (VSC) on Linux”
Visual Studio Code (VSC) is a source code editor released by Microsoft only a few months ago. The software is based on the Atom engine and although it isn’t open source, it offers a working version for Linux that you may find useful for a set of reasons. In this tutorial, we will take a look on how to install, setup and get started with VSC.

Publish date: 10/1/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
70 71 2 12

“31 Days of Visual Studio 2015 Tricks and Treats – Falafel Software Blog”
Microsoft recently released Visual Studio 2015, which includes a bunch of great new features, along with new releases of related frameworks and languages. Over the next 31 days of October 2015, we’re going to be featuring one new trick or treat per day. Some of these will be specifically related to Visual Studio 2015 itself, and others will relate to new features shipping in .NET languages or SDKs for Windows Azure or Mobile. Below you’ll find the list of upcoming articles. Check back here each day, and the links will activate as each new article is published.

Publish date: 9/30/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
26 46 1 2

“Null-Conditional Operators – Day 2 – Visual Studio 2015”
One of my favorite new features of C# 6 is the null-conditional operator. While it is certainly possible to go without this feature, it will greatly simplify the code you write to avoid NullReferenceExceptions. To give you an idea of what this will do for you, imagine getting rid of most of the “if (x != null)” statements in your code!  There are three uses of the null-conditional operator: member access, index access, and delegate invocation.

Publish date: 10/2/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
7 2 0 4

“Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code – Part 2: Create your Visual Studio Code project using Yeoman – Tobias Zimmergren’s thoughts on technology and business”
In Part 1 of this article series I walked through how you prepare your environment for development with asp.net 5 and Visual Studio Code. Here, in Part 2 of this article series when we have the proper tools installed, I’ll show the required steps to get up and running with a new ASP.NET 5 web site built using Visual Studio Code.

Publish date: 9/30/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
9 23 0 0

“Moonbot Studios Recruiting Senior Visual Development Artist”

Publish date: 9/28/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
0 24 0 1

“Node.js Tools for Visual Studio”

Publish date: 10/4/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
8 0 0 0

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